Medical Provider (Current Employee) – Temecula, CA – September 7, 2017
Neighborhood Healthcare is a great place to work. There are many opportunities for growth if the employee chooses to advance. The company offers training to all employees including providers. We have a great management team who takes on challenges everyday and takes on a professional role to fulfill their responsibilities. We have a great support staff in each department that works well among their culture by providing team work and communication.
The hardest part of this job is knowing the dishonesty employees have to say about the clinic and about loyal employees to the company. If you are unhappy look for another job. Employees may leave the company under many circumstances but the company will keep united and work together to serve their patients. The most enjoyable part of the job is knowing that we have given 100 % in our job to serve our community and their needs. This company is a great place to work it is the confidence in yourself that will take you to succeed within the company.
Front Office Manager (Former Employee) – East San Diego, CA – September 5, 2017
It was a great experience working for NHC. As a supervisor, I was supported by staff and management team in which we were able to do a great improvement in overall performance and productivity. I have enjoyed seeing everyone working as a team, putting the respective patients as a priority and working hard to achieve our goals and the five values we all agreed on: Generosity, compassion, above and beyond, teamwork and Integrity.
Nurse Case Manager (Current Employee) – Smithfield, RI – August 28, 2017
Great place to work. Awesome people to work with. Np negative things to say. I am always looking for more and I am interested in management/leadership position. As a result I am open minded, but I enjoy the work environment and the people I get to work with.
Front Office Supervisor (Former Employee) – Murrieta, CA – July 16, 2017
Was there for less than 1 year. I enjoyed working at my clinic and staff. Clinics in the San Diego County get more attention than Riverside. I do however feel they are aware of this and seem to be slowly moving towards focusing on Riverside more. Admin is great to work with. The communication in the Billing department could be better. Sites compete too much with each other when we should all work as a team, despite your location. Hard to trust some managers or supervisors, but as long as your team stays strong, everything works out well. I had to move but will miss my clinic, supervisors and staff.
RDA (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – May 16, 2017
The hardest part of the job is dealing with the main assistant in Pauma Clinic. If this person doesn't like you , consider yourself out of this job, ( That's how a Doctor DDS. and me, ended up resigning from this job). And i learn that even if you work hard and do your best in this habitat you will get nowhere).
• Assessing, treating and managing acute and chronic musculoskeletal conditions including observing multiple joint injections, manage chronic pain • Family Practice setting treating adolescents to geriatrics including well and chronic conditions
Patient Service Representative (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – April 8, 2017
The workflow at the site is a fast-paced one, there is always something to do. The training is pretty far fetched they limit you to what your job entitles you to but not more. The hardest part of working there was that the workflow needs improvement and the customer service needs improvement greatly. The supervisors are inaccessible or hard to communicate with them. I loved being at the clinic because I loved being able to work with people and helping people. In the 11yrs I worked for the organization I learned the medical jargon, medical procedures, and what medications are used for and their names by brand and generic.
Manager (Former Employee) – El Cajon, CA – March 9, 2017
Don't make the mistake of working at this place especially in a management position very high turnover rate with very little positive feedback or any feedback for that matter. For the compensation and the political atmosphere makes for a detrimental career move.
Low compensation, Politically driven enviroment and poor management
Small some what innovative company that needed to cut cost in order to do well.
Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Boston, MA – January 22, 2017
Lots of adhoc analysis and updated current financial models. Easy to work with the people there and they were willing to accommodated any request you had. Felt that the they had a bad plan for personal cost and could of done more to reduce cost.
PURCHASING AND CONTRACT SPECIALIST (Former Employee) – Escondido, CA – December 7, 2016
Nhcare is a warm inviting place to work. Everyone is helpful and goes above and beyond to help their fellow co-workers or patients. Their mission to help the uninsured and underinsured goes beyond just healthcare. I've seen some true Hero's working within the walls of that organization.
MA (Former Employee) – Temecula, CA – September 26, 2016
This company pays good, very fast pace and don't even have time to take breaks. Very minimum coverage at times, MAs have to work alone with their provider with a very busy schedule. It doesn't matter if you're a slow worker, are late, call sick or leave early all the time. As long as you don't gossip, be respectful, and polite, you will have a job forever. Furthermore, those are the only qualities you'll need for advancement. Getting to work on time, not calling sick, hard work, and years of experience mean nothing to Management. Is all about favoritism to climb the latter.
Weekly meetings, bad managements, no PTO if call in sick, you're in trouble even with a Drs note.
Great place to build experience and to grow within.
Psr/MA (Current Employee) – Peds/pntl – August 14, 2016
I love working here, management is awesome, advancing is pretty good. The coworkers are all fun to work with, and they have programs for different positions to help us succeed and earn that title. (MA, INTREPERTER, SUPERVISOR) ETC... flexibility to the max. ..love it here
Leadership, coordination, potlucks, team work, weekly meetings.
Medical Assistant (Former Employee) – Menifee, CA – January 21, 2016
My experience started off great..the patients are humble people..the majority of the coworkers are amazing people..the values and mission of the company are good..it's only until your orientation period is up that problems start happening and you're fired and don't pass your probation. HR has no control. What the providers say, goes so if a provider doesn't like you, you're out the door. Petty girls will ruin your job if you upstage them and do a better job than they do. There's a few bullies in there. Good luck!